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Huge flocks of Barnacle geese visit Sligo every year. It's an amazing sight to be seen. The late poet Dermot Healy found them a great source of inspiration. Dermot Healy (18 July 1947 – 29 June 2014) was an Irish novelist, playwright, poet and short story writer. In his poem: A Fool's Errand he describes the geese beautifully...

There is also a very good film on vimeo about Dermot Healy: I could read the sky:

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Oil paint and Acrylic paint

Barnacle geese visiting Sligo (2016)


  • Mixed Media painting, Canvas
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  • Size: 40.16 × 29.92 × 0.79 in / 40.16 × 29.92 in (actual image size)
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